If you prefer to keep cases “in-house” but haven’t yet invested in dentistry equipment or continuing education, you can still offer advanced dental care to your clients, including oral and maxillofacial surgery. Many clients want this level of care for their pets but find it inconvenient to travel.
Treatment of fractures teeth/pulpitis, pulp exposure, root canals, crown reductions and tooth abscesses
Treatment of periodontal disease, tooth scaling and polishing, root planing, mucogingival surgery and guided tissue and bone regeneration
Correction of common malocclusions, orthodontic appliances, bite evaluations, and genetic counseling
Cast metal crowns, fillings, esthetic bonding, and bridges
Permanent tooth assessment for puppies, dental disease, oral tumors, fractures, and TMJ evaluation
Difficult extractions, jaw fractures, palate defects, oronasal fistulas, oral tumors, and dislocated teeth
Oral manifestations of systemic disease, gingivostomatitis, feline odontoclastic resorptive lesions and oral autoimmune disorders